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Divine Flame by Sir Alister Hardy
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The function of the Religious Experience Research Centre is the study of contemporary spiritual and religious experience. It is situated at the University of Wales, Lampeter, together with its archive of accounts of spiritual experiences and specialist library
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The Research Centre was founded by Sir Alister Hardy in 1969 as the Religious Experience Research Unit at Manchester College, Oxford. It moved to Lampeter from its previous home at Westminster College, Oxford in July 2000.

The Centre's aim is to study, in a disciplined and as scientific a manner as possible, contemporary accounts of religious or spiritual experiences and to publish its findings.

This book looks at the arguments that being religious is part of the natural human condition ( )
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